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Michael Bourdeaux Research Center

The Keston Center's research center is named in honor of Rev. Dr. Canon Michael Bourdeaux , the founder of the Keston Institute, who began the collection with the first documents he acquired while a student at Oxford University.

The goal of the Research Center is to provide visitors with access to the Keston archive and library and facilitate their research and use of the vast collection. The facilities thus include two computers with Internet access, a printer, and a scanner. There is also a conference table with seating for 8 people, which is used for seminars.

The artwork on the walls features a painting by Russian dissident artist Yuri Titov, titled "Christ over Moscow," and photographs of Dr. Michael Bourdeaux and the underground publishing house "Christian" in the Soviet Union.

The Michael Bourdeaux Research Center is located on the 3rd floor of Carroll Library, Room 316. The Research Center's hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. If you wish to conduct research, please contact Keston Center Archivist Larisa Seago to schedule an appointment.

Bourdeaux Research Center Access

Regulations for Using the Keston Archive Materials and Books

Keston Citation Guide